A behind-the-scenes look at the annual Penguin World Surfing Championship on Pen Gu Island, and its newest participant, up-and-comer Cody Maverick from Shiverpool, Antarctica.
Bif is a directing collective incubated within the studios of The Mill in London. "Raymond" is the first Mill film directed by inhouse talent.
Japanese director Satoshi Tomioka pumps up his singular style of CG action-cartoon with this story of a tryst gone very wrong.
This opening short for the Annecy 2005 international animation festival weaves 3D, Flash and traditional 2D animation into a manic and charming tale.
This charming and darkly comic film was director Don Pan's final class project and required 15 weeks from concept to completion.
The second animated installment in GE's Imagination Theater, billed as a 'completely fabricated modern day ancient true fable.'
Saiman Chow was invited to participate in an exhibition to mark the 30th anniversary of Yuko Yamakuchi's ubiquitous character franchise Hello Kitty.
Director Wilkinson describes this personal work as a macabre tale of a line-dancing yellow bear's revenge.
Meet Snapper, the little alligator. Raised in the Amazon tree-tops by Akimbo and McCaw, this trio runs the Snappy Delivery Service on the Maricombo River.
In the dawn of mankind, Rahan, a courageous and solitary hunter, pursues the dream of one day seeing "those-who-walk-upright" live in peace together.
Z-Squad chronicles the adventures of Chaney, Haemi, and Jeanie and their newfound, cuddly alien counterparts (Zoots).
A sexy adult prison series featuring a cast of corrupt vixen she-penguins. Based on Hulascope's award-winning special produced for Cartoon Network.
The Imp is a light-hearted look at trying to square a career spreading the evil... with the mundane demands of the domestic life.
It's all about girls vs boys. 104x90 episodes 3D, production in HD, slapstick comedy without dialogue.
Courageous Crustaceans is part one of the Primordial Soup show, a series of shorts with a twisted look at life on earth millions of years ago.
The filmmakers referred to Disney animation from the '50s as the present while in the future things zip around like Warner Bros. cartoons.
Director Steve Anderson had to make choices that would never pull the audience out of the movie and distance them from the characters.
Disney Digital 3-D is once again utilized on Meet The Robinsons, and it'll be the largest 3-D rollout ever with more than 600 screens domestically.
Girls aren't the only targets for direct-to-DVD releases. Boys' toys such as Mega Bloks' Dragons Metal Ages have all received animated treatment in the past.
The four brothers have traded their Jim Henson's Creature Shop-turtle suits for a sleek, digital CGI look in TMNT.